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Is High Blood Pressure and Poor Circulation Related?

February 19, 2013 aboutbloodpressure Blood Pressure

Most of the time the idea for an article is developed from the questions my clients ask. Most of them ask if a health issue can be related to another one? This question is asked more frequently because when they try one of my programs for health issues, it cures another health problem jointly.

In their e-mails they mention apart from losing weight or reducing blood pressure, my health programs have improved their poor circulation. I have received many e-mails from my clients who have tried my weight loss and high blood pressure program.

Then most of them ask me are both the problems interrelated. My answer is always a yes.

Restricted flow of blood in the body is called poor circulation. The symptoms for this is numbness or cramps in hands and legs.

Over time, however, symptoms also present as coldness in the limbs, extreme tiredness in the legs or even all over, pain in the limbs, redness and swelling, water retention, headache, sleep interruption, skin ulcers, loss of libido and even loss of mental acuity.

When there is limited amount of blood flow in body, then a person will get this symptoms. All the organs in the body needs adequate blood for the better supply of oxygen. When the organs do not get adequate blood the oxygen supply will also come down. This may lead many problems.

Poor circulation of blood for a long time may lead to hypertension and may damage the organs. This damage can lead to blindness, stroke and heart attack. Moreover, this can cause blood clots, which may lead to stroke.

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